Romanians and Romania: A Brief History
The volume provides a comprehensive, yet brief, analysis of the evolution of Romanian history and civilization from the first century BC to the present. Its principal attraction to readers is the conceptual and analytical approach designed to provide an intelligent, yet scholarly, overview of Romanian history, and a clear understanding of the problems facing the country, rooted in that history, in the post-communist period of transition of the 1990s and, most likely, also in the new millennium.
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THE BRAVEST AND THE MOST
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